Every article of clothing must be clearly marked with the student’s name. The School cannot accept responsibility for the loss of any possessions.
The correct uniform must be worn at all times and should be clean, well pressed and in a good state of repair.
Terms One and Four
The blazer is not compulsory, however, Years 6 and 12 girls require their blazers for Term One.
The blazer must be worn if required for warmth, whilst travelling to and from school, or for a formal occasion.
Terms Two and Three
The blazer must be worn to and from school and during assembly and Chapel.
Only Perth College badges may be worn.
The summer dress must be clean and worn at the correct length – touching the top of the kneecap.
The dress tie must be worn with the dress.
Panama: The School hat is compulsory when travelling to and from school in Terms One and Four for Years 1 to 12 girls (Preparatory students Term Four only).
Students are also required to wear their hats on most excursions.
Bucket Hat: Kindergarten to Year 6 must wear the School navy bucket hat whenever they are outdoors. Perth College adopts the policy of – No Hat, Play in the Shade.
Years 7 to 12 are required to wear either the School white visor or the School white cap during PE and sport.
The cardigan is to be worn with the summer dress and only within the School grounds.
Preparatory (Term Four only) are permitted to wear cardigan over their summer dress if warmth is required whilst travelling to and from school.
The cardigan may also be worn with the winter uniform on it's own, only in the school grounds, otherwise under the blazer.
The white winter shirt (with the Perth College crest on the pocket) must be tucked into the skirt and the top button should be fastened.
Please ensure flesh-coloured underwear is worn.
The navy winter skirt must have pleats neatly pressed and be worn at the correct length – touching the top of the knee-cap.
The jumper is to be worn with the winter skirt and shirt – on its own only in the School grounds, otherwise under the blazer.
The Perth College scarf may be worn with the winter uniform, except on formal occasions.
The scarf is not to be worn to assembly or Chapel.
All students from Year 1 to Year 12 must have both the School tie and their House tie.
Students have the choice of which tie to wear daily during Terms Two and Three.
The School tie must be worn at formal occasions.
Formal occasions are St Michael’s Day (end of Term Three) and Presentation Night (end of Term Four). House ties are worn for photo day for all years.
Terms One and Four: Black lace-up shoes are worn with the summer dress for all students from Year 3 to Year 12.
Kindergarten, Preparatory and Years 1 to 2 students are permitted to wear navy sandals with the summer dress.
Terms Two and Three: All students from Years 1 to Year 12 must wear black lace-up shoes. Shoes must be in good condition and polished.
Kindergarten and Preparatory students are permitted to wear sport shoes during Terms Two and Three and on any sport days (in Terms One and Four).
Black opaque stockings are worn by students in Year 6 to Year 12 during Terms Two and Three.
White ankle socks with a navy band are worn with the summer dress during Terms One and Four. These socks are also worn with the sports uniform for all students from Kindergarten to Year 12. White knee-high socks are worn by Year 1 to Year 5 with their winter uniform in Terms Two and Three.
Navy socks (long) with white stripes are worn for specified sports - refer to the sport uniform list.
It is recommended a sport shoe, with non-marking sole and with good foot support, be worn during PE and sport. We acknowledge it is extremely hard to get a predominately white shoe, so colour is acceptable but to be kept to a minimum.
The sports uniform may be worn to school if students are attending early practice before school. Students may not attend any lessons in this uniform. Some exceptions will be made to this rule during match days. A uniform pass must be obtained from Senior School Hub or from the PE department.
The sports uniform may be worn when travelling from school if students are attending sporting activities which finish after 5.00 pm.
The Perth College tracksuit must be worn on match days, over the required sport uniform, for the student’s specified sport.
Performance Top (sport): This is an optional top to be worn when extra warmth is required. This top does not replace the Perth College Track Top. The top can be worn for before and after school training and during PE lessons.
The performance top can not be worn on it's own for match days, IGSSA events or excursions, unless it is worn under the track top.
Year Three and Four: The performance top will replace the zip track top which is worn over the sport uniform during Term Two and Three.
Refer to Uniform Requirements for Years one to Six.
Training Tights: Are an optional item that can be worn before and after school training and during PE classes. The tights do not replace the school shorts. The training tights can not be worn on matchdays, at IGSSA events (unless specified), on excursions or during any academic classes.
Hair must always be neat. Shoulder length and longer hair is to be tied back away from the face.
The Uniform Shop stocks all permitted navy or navy/white ribbons, hairbands and clips. Elastic hair bands must be navy or the student's own hair colour.
Hair should not be dyed, other than natural hair colours.
Restrictions to jewellery apply: students are permitted to wear a wristwatch, and/or plain 'sleeper' or plain, small, metal stud earring, one in each earlobe.
Medic Alert bracelets are permitted to be worn.
Facial studs or jewellery are not permitted.
Nails and Make-up
Coloured nail polish and any type of make-up is not permitted.
If a uniform pass has been given, Perth College navy shorts, polo and/or track top must be worn.